Ben Fellows is the host of The Ben Fellows Radio Show and is an award winning film producer, director and investigative journalist. Ben was the only journalist to join G4S to report on the training and role out of the security personnel for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Ben started in the entertainment industry at the age of ten, appearing at the Royal Shakespeare Company under the esteemed direction of Adrian Noble, and went on to have a successful child acting career. He then moved in to investigative journalism working for Central Television's "The Cook Report" where he became one of the youngest members of the team. Ben has worked on a diverse range of stories from gun running, illegal immigration, Polish Mafia, The Cash for Questions scandal, the I.R.A and now the 2012 London Olympics. Whatever story Ben has worked on hits the headlines and Ben has been responsible for many changes in the law albeit as an undercover reporter.
As a filmmaker, making commercials, documentaries and feature films Ben started his filmmaking career by attending the London Film School, where he was the first Channel 4 Scholar sponsored in part by film director Mike Leigh and Film Four.